Softcat has successfully tendered for all four lots on the Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC) software licenses framework, through which it will provide software licensing services and other off-the-shelf software from brands like Microsoft and Adobe to hundreds of schools and academies across the UK.
Microsoft is retiring the Select Plus licensing agreement in July 2015 having already phased in the more evolved Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA). Microsoft announced the retirement at its Worldwide Partner Conference last month, at which it also named Softcat its global Software Asset Management (SAM) Partner of the Year 2014.
Softcat is partnering with the cloud visibility and enablement company Skyhigh Networks, with a view to providing its business customers with more comprehensive asset management and greater visibility and control of their employees’ cloud access and usage.
In a new feature for Softcat News, Softcat’s presales team and all-round tech gurus report on some of the significant news to cross their desks in the last month.
Softcat has strengthened its managed print service (MPS) offering with a new dedicated team. The team will provide end-to-end managed print and document solutions across the full breadth of Softcat’s customer base, from the public sector through to SMBs and large corporate organisations.
Lanamark Inc., a global provider of collaborative analytics and design automation tools for IT sales and services organisations delivering cloud, storage and virtualisation solutions, today announced that VAR Softcat has won the 2013 Lanamark Partner of the Year Award.
Softcat's Solutions Director Sam Routledge talks to Nick Dalby from their Storage Technical Practice to understand more about Symantec's latest release; BackUp Exec 2014.
Just weeks after reaching second place in the UK ‘Great Place To Work’ rankings, Softcat has been ranked 6th best European workplace at a prestigious awards ceremony in Rome last night, having entered the large company category for the first time.
Softcat has today announced it is to offer GoToMeeting, GoToWebinar and GoToTraining through the Government’s G-Cloud 5 framework. Softcat, who tendered successfully this week for the public sector procurement framework, is urging public sector customers to take advantage of the ‘highly competitive’ pricing structures.
Softcat’s G-Cloud framework invasion is in full force, having tendered for two lots on the latest version of G-Cloud 5: infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and software as a service (SaaS). Softcat now offers Becrypt, Egress Software Technologies and AirTight Networks solutions to public sector customers through the framework.